I know the donor scar for FUG hair transplantation is supposedly well camouflaged by hair in that area. Is there some point though as you age that it will become noticeable even if we are talking about once you are in your 70s or 80s?

In most cases with the new types of donor wound closures, the scars are so minimal that even as a patient ages into their 60s, 70s and 80s there will still be enough hair to adequately camouflage the scar.

Posted by: Dr. Charles